A pretty funny faux Barbie Doll was designed by Sarah Anne Langton that I only wish I could really buy for my nieces (I currently have three, how does that make sense?) this holiday season. There’d been nothing better than watching them grow up with a love for zombie mutilation!
Zombie Attack Barbie: “From the 1950s onwards girls were encouraged to hone their zombie slaughtering skills in preparation for the inevitable apocalypse. Though young ladies dispose of the undead with ease today, toys such as Mattel’s 1962 ‘Zombie Attack Barbie’ were instrumental in helping to habituate girls to a new social norm where zombie disposal would become a very necessary life skill.
Now a collectors item ‘Zombie Attack Barbie’ played a salient role in ensuring the survival of countless young girls who grew up ready and willing to slaughter the zombie menace. This much loved toy still holds fond memories for so many of the lovely ladies from our Zombie Clearance Squads today.” Check it out inside.
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